Ryan Kent has returned to the Rangers starting line-up as the team prepare to face PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League play-off.
The teams meet at Ibrox in the first leg, with the winner of the tie progressing to the group stage of the elite competition and guaranteeing an income of around £40m from the competition.
With the stakes high, Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst has brought in fit-again winger Kent, and also restored defender James Sands to the team. Veteran midfielder Steven Davis starts, as does attacker Tom Lawrence.
Jon McLaughlin starts in goal, playing behind a four-man defence consisting of captain James Tavernier, Connor Goldson, Sands and Borna Barisic.
John Lundstram, Davis and Malik Tillman make up a midfield trio, with Kent and Lawrence playing either side of in-form striker Antonio Colak.
The Rangers substitutes are Allan McGregor, Robby McCrorie, Ridvan Yilmaz, Leon King, Adam Devine, Glen Kamara, Scott Arfield, Alfredo Morelos and Fashion Sakala.
PSV manager Ruud van Nistelrooy has named his team. Walter Benitez is in goal, with Jordan Teze, Andre Ramalho, Armando Oblspo and Philipp Max playing as a back four. Ibrahim Sangare, Joey Veerman and Erick Gutierrez start in the centre of the park, with Ismael Saibari, Cody Gakpo and Luuk de Jong forming a three-man attack.
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